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The Alexander String Quartet during a live broadcast from the Peterson-Kermani Performance Hall at SLU this morning.  Photo: Joel Hurd
The Alexander String Quartet during a live broadcast from the Peterson-Kermani Performance Hall at SLU this morning. Photo: Joel Hurd

Live Music Friday: Alexander String Quartet at SLU

The Alexander String Quartet will present a free concert at noon in St. Lawrence University's Peterson-Kermani Performance Hall. The San Francisco-based quartet consists of Zakarias Grafilo, violin, Frederick Lifsitz, violin, Paul Yarbrough, viola, and Sandy Wilson, cello.

The ensemble spent this week visiting a number of classes at SUNY Potsdam's Crane School of Music and St. Lawrence University, including First-Year Programs, arts, literature, and printmaking courses. And they joined us with their brand of classical music during The Eight O'clock Hour this morning.  Go to full article
Helmuth Rilling
Helmuth Rilling

Crane Spring Festival concert features acclaimed conductor Helmuth Rilling

The Crane School of Music kicks off its 125th anniversary this weekend with its Spring Festival Concert in Hosmer Hall. Internationally acclaimed conductor Maestro Helmuth Rilling will direct the Crane Chorus and Crane Symphony Orchestra in a performance Saturday night (7:30) in Hosmer Concert Hall of Bach's Mass in B-Minor. It's a giant piece hailed by many to be the most perfect of musical compositions. Maestro Rilling, one of the world's preeminent interpreters of Bach, is known around the world for his work with choirs and orchestras. Todd Moe has a preview.  Go to full article

Concert: The Radio Bob Band live at the Tri-Town Community Center

The Radio Bob Band, captured live at this benefit concert for the St. Lawrence County Arts Council in the Tri-town Community Center in Crary Mills. What could be better than dancing to a song that was a hit before your mother was born?

Concert playlist:

Nadine, C. Berry
Landslide, S. Nicks
For Your Love, . Gouldman
Honky Tonk Women, M. Jagger
Iko Iko, S. Jones, J. Johnson
Feelin' Alright, D. Mason
The Stumble, S. Thompson
96 Tears,
Fire, B. Springsteen
Young Blood, Leiber & Stoller
Mona, E. McDaniels
Peanut Polka, pub. dom.  Go to full article

It's a Radio Bob Christmas!

Michael Farley and Friends graced the Radio Bob Show, December 19, 2001 and played two holiday songs: Christmas Island and Toyland.

Michael Farley: saxophone, ukulele, vocals; Barbara Phillips-Farley: piano, vocals; James Seymour Phillips-Farley: viola; Alex Jenseth: double bass; Matt Burr: slit drum  Go to full article

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